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James & Wells | New Zealand, China | 20 Sep 2019

Innovating across the oceans

While the US-China trade war wages on, New Zealand products remain in hot demand in the Chinese consumer market. This is evidenced by social medial


James & Wells | New Zealand | 19 Sep 2019

An eye for detail pays off

Sometimes the most genius of ideas are born from looking at a problem through a different lens. Brothers Frank and Paul Austin can certainly attest


James & Wells | Australia | 17 Sep 2019

Repeal of s51(3) of the Australian Competition and Consumer Act 2010

Historic Intellectual Property (IP) exemptions provided in section 51(3) of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA) were removed on 13 September


James & Wells | New Zealand, Australia | 17 Sep 2019

Encompass appeal: the latest word on manner of manufacture and computer-implemented inventions

The Full Court declined to consider IPTA’s submissions on the practice of IP Australia in relation to applications for computer-implemented


James & Wells | New Zealand | 5 Sep 2019

Copyright “Heresy” - when original is not original for Copyright Law

The Court of Appeal recently released its well-reasoned and articulate decision in Zhang v Sealegs International Limited 2019 NZCA 389 (“Sealegs”)


James & Wells | New Zealand | 30 Aug 2019

Courting discourteous behaviour in civil hearings

The Contempt of Court Bill 2018 (“Contempt Bill”) passed its third reading in the House on 20 August 2019 and is at the time of writing awaiting


James & Wells | New Zealand | 21 Aug 2019

IP insurance - can you afford to be without it?

What is not commonly available in New Zealand is insurance cover for IP claims. More specifically, insurance cover for legal expenses incurred in


James & Wells | New Zealand | 31 Jul 2019

Driving growth and value in agribusiness

New Zealand companies have always been inventive problem-solvers in the farming and horticulture sectors. That innovative spirit is driving a new


James & Wells | USA, New Zealand | 19 Jul 2019

Taking your innovation to the world - tips for exporters

James & Wells recently held its annual seminar series fostering business innovation in New Zealand. This year’s theme was exporting, with eleven


James & Wells | New Zealand, Australia | 9 Jul 2019

Why litigate IP cases in Australia andor New Zealand

Intellectual Property (IP) litigation can be a costly, complex, and drawn out process. Whether you’re the plaintiff or defendant, it can be worth

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